I'm a beginner-intermediate boarder. I've been up about 7-8 times and I'm getting reasonably proficient at carving.
I decided recently to upgrade from my starter set. I just purchased the Rome Tour Board.
Rome Tour 2014-2013 Snowboard Review & Buyers Guide
The Tour Board sounded like the right combination for what I want to achieve on the slopes (comfortably carving down runs - no need for great speed or tricks). I'm now looking into buying new bindings. I'm thinking of sticking to my old Burton Sabbath Boots:
On Sale Burton Sabbath Snowboard Boots up to 60% off
I'm currently leaning towards buying the Burton Custom Re-Flex Bindings: Burton Custom Re Flex Review by The Good Ride
My question is whether this would be a good combination of board-bindings and boots. The tour board is medium-soft flex. The Custom Re-flex bindings are also medium-soft flex. The boots are Medium-High Stiffness (7/10).
Would this combination work well or do I need buy different binding or different boots?
Your input would be greatly appreciated!